Large oval covered dish or bowl made by Myott Son & Co. of England in their polychrome transfer ware pattern "Angelica". It is a pleasing color combination of green, brown, dark blue and burnt orange. It has twig handles and finial surrounded by dark green feathering.
The dish is Myott's Imperial Semi-Porcelain and was made in the early 20th century, around 1907. It is 5.75 inches tall to the top of the finial, 12 inches handle to handle and 7.5 inches wide.
Both pieces have crazing typical of genuine, antique transferware. No chips, cracks or repairs.